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to have with us today, pat brown from the department of animal care and control and her friend oreo. >> hi. >> lauren. >> could you tell us what it would take after an earthquake or some other emergency when you are in your home and maybe no power or water for a little while. what it would take for you and oreo to be comfortable and safe at home. >> just as you would prepare for your own needs should an earthquake or a disaster event occur, you need to prepare for your pets. and i have brought with me today, some of the things that i have put in my disaster kit to prepare for my animal's needs to make sure that i am ready should something happen and i need to shelter at home. >> what are some of the things that people should have in their home after an earthquake or other emergency to help take care of their tasks and take care of themselves. >> i took the liberty of bringing you some examples. it includes a first aid kit for your pet and you can also use it for yourself and extra meds for your pets. and water container that will not tip over. we have got both food, wet food and dry food f
filly brown, la película donde participó jenni rivera antes de su partida la información al regresar ♪. >>> los fanáticos de jenni rivera tendran la gran oportunidad de ver a la diva de la banda como actriz en su única película, roger borges con la información . >>> qué tal les habla roger borges y bienvenidos a luces, cámara, acción, es la primera y última vez que vemo sa jenni rivera en la pantalla grande, todos lo que trabajaron con ella quedaron impresionados con su talento. a>>>aunque este fue su primer papel en la pantalla grande, su habilidad de poder transmitir sentimientos en la pantalla gde, llamó la atención de edward james olmos. >f>> ue muy impresionante. >>> gina rodríguez es la hija de jenni rivera, una joven poeta de la calle que descubre la forma de ser dj. >>> es que esas escenas fueron fuertes. >>>t an fuertesl, pero fue una bendición, ella es una persona muy bella, con un corazón muy grande. >>> las escenas más memorables fue con jenni rivera. >>> perdona, gina, no, te quiero mucho, jenni, i know. >e>> l propósito de majo es sacar a jenni rivera d
of dzhokar tsarnaev, upgraded today to fair. >> woodruff: plus, jeffrey brown examines the lessons learned for public safety officials about security at big events and gatherings. >> ifill: then, a powerful democrat, montana's max baucus, is the eighth senator to say he won't seek reelection next year. we look at why democrats are worried. >> woodruff: fred de sam lazaro reports on gender bias in india, where many parents still opt for baby boys over girls. >> the gap began to wideen in the '90s with new ultrasound machines that made it easy to learn a fetus's sex. this scans have led to the termination of millions of female pregnancies. >> ifill: and margaret warner talks with the author of a new book about shadow warfare waged by the c.i.a. and special forces. >> a week after 9/11 president bush gave the c.i.a. lethal authority to capture and kill al qaeda members so they become much more into the killing business and the military. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the e
were white. >> the president brown -- vowed to bring the perpetrators to justice followed by a briefing on an investigation now led by the fbi. >> we will take over, we will go to the ends of the earth to ratify the subject or subjects who are responsible for this despicable crime. a federal investigators appealed for public. >> we're looking for the public school cooperation. we're looking to see if there's any video or photographic evidence. >> vice president joe biden said one thing is for certain. >> we will find out what happened. we will find out who did this. >> lawmakers briefed on the probe say it is not clear if a foreign or domestic terrorist group or an individual is behind this. >> similar pressure cooker explosives have been used in afghanistan, india, nepal, and a julyn according to 2010 joint fbi and military intelligence report. >> while most of the people were running away from the scene, soldiers who recently returned from battles of interaction and ran toward the blast. many of them were 50 yards away from the explosions. picking up casualties and putting pressure on
with brown paper bags and we are hearing a search warrant was served last night. no word on a mytive just yet. law enforcement agencies are trying to figure out who is responsib responsible. the national guard is on hand to secure the scene and the agencies are combing lou surveillance footage in hopes of bringing justice to state. >> we will find out who and why they did this any responsible individuals or groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> we could learn more about what the fbi ixi uncovered ovet that is expected today. >> we want to play for you some of the conversations that emergency officials were have i ing. >> this is 84, i need lanes open here. >> get everybody out of there. use caution. there might be possible additional devices. use caution. i need somebody up there to let people know what we are doing here. make sure it is safe hear and we will get it out of the box once we get it swept. >> you might have heard somebody mention a possible explosion at the library. i talked to someone there and they said there was a small fire at that library. >> google trying to help
on the family to get this past. so that's really where it is coming from. >> michael: listen to paul brown in georgia. >> all of that stuff i was taught about evolution, and embriology, all of that is laws straight from the pit of hell. >> michael: he is a sitting member on the house committee of science space and technology. how outraged does that make you? >> in our fight we caught on board the support of 78 noble sciencists, and they have made some of the most incredible advancements in science. so representative brown should listen to them and until he realizes that real evidence-based science is what we need to teach, be studying what we need to base our -- like world off, i think it's a very scary thought based on that committee. >> michael: do you want to run for office one day or just keep fighting this fight as someone on the outside. >> as i mentioned this problem is a lot larger than louisiana and a lot larger than creationism. we just cut $50 billion in science research in the budget sequester. so i want to see an end to acts like these. you also mention
and showed my wife with big brown eyes and big ears and said, that could be me and i went to my prom, i played high school sports, i enjoyed my childhood and here's an 8-year-old kid that's never going to enjoy the things that you will a of us enjoy and it just breaks my heart and i was hoping to come to the church and say a prayer for him and his family and maybe that would help me heal a little bit. >> wow. that is -- is he representative of a lot of the people you've talked to today in dorchester? >> reporter: yeah, without a doubt. and i think it's helpful. you know, they've seen the people coming and leaving flowers and candles. the people i talked to today were amazed, by some estimates, 1,000 people came to the memorial last night in dorchester and it does help. it helps them to know that people care and that other people are feeling tlear pain. bun little boy in a stroller just turned 3 years old looked at me and said they ran out of candles and his mother said, you know, he's trying to understand what all these people are here for and talking about. and so it does help them tha
jerry hill. asking governor brown to fire the president of the puc, to fire michael peavy. >> the governor needs to replace the president of the puc. >> i heard calls for a change in leadership. will you step down? should mr. peavy step down? >> i report to the commissioners, i serve at the pleasure of the commissioners. every day that i am executive director, i'm going do keep pushing the safety culture change at the puc. >> while puc leadership stresses that the confidential report is not an evaluation of objective truth and merely contains views and perceptions. lawmakers countered, it's those views and perceptions that may identify the problems. so what's governor brown's position on the growing controversy? we can't tell you. his office refuses to return our calls, refusing to address the calls for change at the puc. i'm tony covaleski, nbc bay area news. >> give us a call at 888-996-tips or send us at e-mail directly to >>> we want to check in on the weather. it's going to be changing in the next couple days. >> changing as in april to june. i
esperadas, filip brown, y que ya obtuvo buenas criticas. ♪ >>> tom cruise y morgan freeman llegan en esta pelÍcula. y es uno de los Últimos mecÁnicos de aviones no tripulados, descubrira una nave espacial, y lo que encontrarÁ ahÍ lo obliga a cuestionarse muchas cosas. >>> cuÁl es tu escenario favorito? >>> tenÍamos un set inmenso, la lya fueron filmados ahÍ, y los exteriores fueron filmados en islandia. >>> olga nos cuenta. llegamos y estaba el nueva york post apopcalitico, todo reproducido pieza por pieza. >>> y llega philipp brown. una poeta que va en busca de un contrato que ayude a sacar a su madre de la cÁrcel. >>> gina, para desplegar esta actuaciÓn excepcional que nos diste tu estudiaste, eres graduada de un instituto importante. >>> sÍ. crecÍ en chicago, mis origenes son humildes, mis padres son de puerto rico, y trabajaron duro para que tuviÉramos acconsejo a la educaciÓn. lo Único que no pueden quitarnos es la educaciÓn. >>> quÉ recuerda de esa escena con jenni. >>> me sorprendiÓ su imagen y me dijo que iban a hacer lucir la piel grasienta, y ella estuvo de acu
caucasian male with longer brown curly hair. you've seen the picture. you all have it. that's the individual we're looking for at this moment. >> that's suspect number two? >> that's suspect number two, the white-capped individual. >> suspect number one was shot then? >> that's correct. >> so suspect number one was the one the fbi -- >> i just want to be clear, we'll do regular updates to this. right now, we're in a public safety mode here. our immediate concern is for those people in the neighborhood up there. we have an active search going on by tactical teams to locate and apprehend this particular individual. he should be considered armed and dangerous and is a threat to anybody that might approach him. so please, use extreme caution and stay in your homes. if you hear something, if you see something unusual, we'd like you to call 911. >> and in addition to that armed and dangerous suspect on the loose, police are saying that there may be unexploded devices in and around watertown. so they are considering the possibility of locking down that entire area. i want to bring in now nbc news j
than the graffiti. i see it all over the city that a tag is painted over with brown paint, with whatever is available. and then it becomes a real problem because it's really hard to remove it then. so, i think that -- my thought about it, i know dpw doesn't have the financial resources, but realistically i think sidewalks even though they're kind of that nebulous gray area where technically they're owned by the property owner, but they really are public property. and i think that's something that dpw should somehow find the funding to take care of that property because private property owners are not going to hire somebody with a power washer to come out there and do it. i just know it. i mean, i see very, very few examples of that. >> larry. >> i would agree. but as always, it's an issue of funding. we do have approved product listses on our website. so, if you run into somebody, there are some there they can use and actually work relatively well. but the ultimately cities face this all the time. you have to make decisions about what resources you have and what you can an
>> good morning. i am heather childers. >> i am patti ann browne. >> it is tuesday, april 23rdrd. >> we are learn whatting may have influenced the bombers to carry out the deadly attack. it appears religious extremism is the likely motive. >> it does not appear they were involved with any islamic terrorist organization. we are live in washington with the latest. >> we now know at his bedside dzhokhar tsarnaev now has the right to remain silent. he will be tried in civilian court and will not be categorized as an enemy combatant which would have given them ability to interrogate him more. >> this is decided by the department of justice and attorney general. the whole national security team support this is decision. there is not an alternative for a u.s. citizen to be tried in military commission. >> some gain it as an impediment to gaining more ginls. >> i don't want to use the information against him in court. i want to collect information about future terrorist activity. we have every right to question him apart from the criminal justice system. >> investigators are toming throu
in the fight against cyber bullying has died. amanda brown passed away at her shan hose home tonight. we saw amanda last week when she was in hospice care. amanda's family says she was relent leslie cyber bullied by her e boyfriend's new girlfriend. in 2009, she try today hang hearst in the bathroom at dell mar high, but survived and was on life support for years. her mother began an anticyber bullying campaign called the amanda network. >> it's not just good-bye. i'm going to see her again, and i know that and she's going to a better place. >> amaune da was 20 years old. a memorial will likely be held later on this summer. >>> tonight we have new information about another young woman who killed hearst after an alleged sexual assault at a party. her family had filed a lawsuit against the owners of the home where it happened, but can they really do that? we sent kit doe to find out. >> a judge has warned both the family and attorneys to keep quiet as they went to juvenile court today. >> everything that happened in there has to stay confidential. it involves juveniles. that's all i can say. i
strangers. one of those good samaritans has quite a story himself, here's terrell brown. >> this photo is one of the first captured after the blasts went off t. man in the cowboy hat ran toward the chaos when others were running away. >> people asking for help. people crying and people running away, the smoke and the smell, too, was very powerful there. >> america has heard arredondo's story before when his 20-year-old son was killed in iraq in 2004 he was inconsolable. in his rage he set a van on fire and received counseling. 7 years later his other son committed suicide. arredondo was at the marathon as part of a healing process, giving out flags at the finish line in honor of veterans. when the bomb went off he ran to the side of a man on the sidewalk missing his legs. >> i ran to let him know he's okay, the ambulance is on the way, to stay still, don't move. i ended up picking him up from the ground to put him in a wheelchair. >> do you see yourself as a hero? >> no, i'm not. >> why? >> because i was doing nothing different from the others first responding. >> arredondo said he cou
in the hospital, including four people critically injured, terrell brown in boston and begins our coverage. >> reporter: in this newly released police helicopter video you can see the final minutes of friday's day long pursuit of zokar tsarnaev, his body highlighted by thermal heat imaging. soon after police surrounded him hiding in a boat in a watertown resident's backyard, they sent in a robot to check for explosives but there were none. as officers approached the boat, boston police commissioner ed davis says tsarnaev started shooting. >> no one was struck there but there was gunfire emitting from the boat. it's hard to say where it was aimed. >> reporter: after an hour-long standoff officers fired stun grenades and then apprehended tsarnaev. since his capture he hasn't been able to talk but officials say they believe he and his brother act add loan in monday's marathon bombings. three days after the attack that killed three and injured dozens, the big break came when the brothers carjacked a mercedes suv in cambridge. watertown police chief ed deveau said the vehicle's owner left a cel
covering every angle of the attack and we will begin tonight with terrell brown in boston. >> reporter: the explosion went off at the most crowded points of the race. 12 seconds later there was a second explosion just a couple blocks away. >> it's so terrifying. it's so scary. and it was so loud. >> i just walked away, 15 feet away, 20 feet and, you know, a bomb went off. and it knocked me to the ground and then, you know, everybody started running, panicking. >> reporter: jonathan elias from cbs boston station wbz was nearby. >> there are body parts. people have been blown apart. >> reporter: police rushed to assist victims tangled in debris and broken glass, some missing limbs. bloody spectators were carried into the medical tent that had been set up to care for fatigued runners. >> there was some bad-looking people and i'm praying for all of them. we are all trying to put pressure on all the wounds for everybody, tourniquets and whatever we could do. it was chaos. >> reporter: runners were directed away from the chaos and people were ordered to stay clear of trash cans. >> reporter:
. now police are a massive manhunt for the second suspect. pamela brown is a watertown. >> of around 9000 officers on a manhunt in watertown, mass. for a man they're calling a terrorist connecting to monday's marathon bombings. >> one officer dead, and another injured after what has been a very violent night of explosions, shoot outs and a carjacking. >> boston is on as this morning after a night of violence and chaos. >> police responded to the cambridge campus of mit thursday evening when an officer was shot and killed. the area were shut down and the college community warned to stay away. >> if that was the beginning. action, sprung up in the nearby community of watertown. where an alleged carjacking leventhal explosive. gunfire was exchanged and one officer was shot. >> in the exchange of gunfire we believe one of the suspects was struck and ultimately taken into custody a second suspect was able to flee from that car. >> the district attorney's office says that the suspect has died. police are looking for a man that matches the description of a second suspect. wanted by the fbi
for you. scott brown joins us from boston. mr. senator, you got into the studio this morning. could you get out of your hotel and walk around the streets of boston okay? >> i came in from the foxboro area about 20 miles in and throughout the whole time in i saw eight or nine convoys of police officers coming down the various highways. i got into boston and it's a ghosttown, a lot of the restaurants and stores, obviously, are closed down. i quite frankly have never seen anything like this. but i want to personally thank all of our law enforcement personnel for doing yeoman's work. and after the pictures were flashed, obviously they were in the area and things started heating up, really, really intensely and right now they seem to have focused on watertown about ten to 12 miles outside of boston and everybody seems to be doing their jobs on high, high alert and obviously the best thing that people can do is listen to the people that know better than we do. >> now the uncle of these two terrorists has been talking and he says both of them have been here for roughly ten years, arriving 2002
paton walsh is in dagestan, and we have joe johns in washington, but we began with pamela brown with the latest on the investigation. >>> after a week of terror, chaos and heartache, the city of boston is still recovering. there are signs that life is starting to return back to normal here. there is a sense of relief after the arrest of the suspect, 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. now the focus is on what charges he will face and when. >> reporter: one week after two deadly bombings exploded in downtown boston killing three and injuring 183 people, the only surviving suspect remains in serious condition. as federal prosecutors prepare to bring charges against him, law enforcement sources say dzhokhar tsarnaev is unable to talk after a gunshot wound to the neck. exactly when he suffered this injury is still unknown. >> this is a complex investigation. and it's hard to say exactly how he received that injury. there was a shootout in watertown. there were explosives thrown. so that's being looked into right now. it's hard to say how it owe kurd. >> reporter: we're learning more abou
governor jerry brown to shake up the lordship at the state's public utilities commission. the call comes less than 24 hours after the nbc bay area investigative unit uncovered a confidential internal document raising questions about the puc's commitment to safety. topekay kovaleski broke the story and the senator has called on the governor to hold someone accountable. >> reporter: in fact he's calling for change at the very top. this is clear ly a report the pc wanted to keep from the public. some admitting safety is not a priority at the puc, admitting working in a culture that fos r fosters cozy relationships with the utilities it regulates. >> that's outrageous and goes to the culture that the puc has, it goes to the leadership of the public utilities commission. >> reporter: state senator jerry hill reacting to the information inside this previously secret, previously confidential report. >> it shows that the culture, that the issue of safety is sdp that has not been a priority. >> oh, my god, that is crazy. >> reporter: since the san bruno explosions in 2010, the puc's role and rep
there is an act of mass murder committed by a brown dude with a foreign sounding name, you know, it's something that casts a pal upon the entire muslim american community. there are muslim marathon runners. we grieve with the country. this is an attack on all bostonians and americans regardless of race, religion or ethnicity. >> and how does it make you feel when you hear that there may be ties to islamic extremism, at least with the older brother? >> well, you know, i always tell people that, you know, islamic extremists are about as muslim as the westboro baptist church is christian. it doesn't make them a religious expert or vanguard for, you know, an entire faith of over a billion people. i mean, to the vast majority of american muslims these guys were crazy criminal losers. and they do not represent islam or muslims at all. you know, just like timothy mcvay didn't represent christianity those his co-conspirator member of the christian movement. this is a time of americans of all faith, religions and ethnic backgrounds need to come together and help rally for the people of boston. >> how do
, but tsavraev is giving investigators new information. we have more from terrell brown. >> reporter: dzhokhar tsavraev is communicating with investigators mostly in writing, saying he and his brothers acted alone. court documents allege how he and his brothers allegedly carried out the deadly attack. as dzhokhar tsavraev lay seriously wounded in the hospital, the judge asked if he could afford a lawyer. he uttered just one word. no. the judge said i find the defendant alert, mentally competent, and lucid. the fbi is still trying to establish a clear motive behind last monday's marathon bombing. law enforcement says that it appears dzhokhar and his older brother tamerlan was by i ideology. chilling new details in a ten-page fbi affidavit. a few minutes after the surveillance video captured the brothers at the marathon they split up according to court documents. tarrer lan heads to the finish line as his younger brother blends in with the crowd. dzhokhar places his backpack on the ground. at 2:50 the first bomb explodes. according to the affidavit, virtually every head tur
. he's a light skinned or caucasian male with longer brown, curly hair. you have seen a picture, you all have it. that's the individual that we are looking for at this moment. >> reporter: that's suspect number two? >> that's suspect number two. the white-capped individual. >> reporter: suspect number one was shot then? >> that's correct. i just want to be clear, we will do regular updates to this, but right now we are in a public safety mode here. our immediate concern is for those people in the neighborhood up there. we have an active search going on by tactical teams to locate and apprehend this particular individual. he should be considered armed and dangerous and is a threat to anybody that might approach him. so please use extreme caution and stay in your homes. if you hear something, if you see something unusual, we would like you to call 911. i'm going to ask chief devoix to briefly describe the neighborhoods and streets involved up there so everyone is clear on that. >> reporter: what's your name? >> i'm calling on the watertown community to be calm at this time. we are talk
had incredible momentum, we have an incredible bid committee compiled and we have mayor willie brown involved and we have charles scwhab and rice and joe, deasandro and an amazing collection, but today we are humble and honored to add the fire power to the committee in the form of world champions, and a hall of famer, and folks that have taken part in over ten percent of the super bowls, and we have great admiration and respect for both of you and we cannot thank you enough for coming on board and helping us get this over the goal line. we hand off our final package on may 7th, to, the nfl owners and then we present on may 21st, but, the one thing that we want everybody to realize is that this is the community-wide effort and that this is going to be something that is not just about san francisco and it is not just about santa clara and it is about the entire region coming together and the reason that i took on this role was that we have amazing things happening in this community and we have amazing technology and we have amazing business leaders and we want to highlight that and we
with light brown hair and a white beard. >> three teens who sexually assaulted 15-year-old audrie pott while she was drunk and passed out at a party, during a conference yesterday, her mother said they wrote crude messages on her body an e- mailed photos. she committed suicide days later. >> they harassed the victim with the photos and took steps to cover up the evidence. >> audrie pott's mother and father plan to sue them and want them to be tried as adults. the boy's say they were inaccurate and a judge will decide whether they will remain in custody or be released to their parents. >>> we are following breaking news this is the iranians -- iran where the quake measured 7.8 and another quake hit the region lastweek killing 37 people and we are getting death tolls on this new earthquake and we will continue to follow this story but we will bring more information as soon as it becomes available. >> hopefully the traffic will not be a prop problem. >> we are looking at the commute on the -- commute on the east shore freeway and the commute is looking good on the bay bridge plaza and we had an
their 2/3 majority in both the assembly and the senate to pass the bills. governor brown has not said if he will sign them. >>> state officials are investigating a workplace accident that killed a worker in bay point. calosha the state agency that deals with safety says that a worker was crushed yesterday. investigators say the man was employed by the company based in tennessee and was working at henkel on a temporary basis. >>> san francisco today celebrated the second anniversary of its community courts program. >> having two people a victim, an offender come in and sit down and really kind of learn about each other. it's been very wholistic. >> it's been great to give back to my community and improve life there. >> there's a waiting list for people who want to help their communities address crime and give offenders a chance to avoid a criminal record. >> out there today, a beautiful day. good visibility. clear air. and you can see the bay bridge. the wind really cleans up the atmosphere. the bay has a little browner water as the sediments get stirred up. you can see what's happenin
brown bag lunch. we do this every third thursday of every month. this building behind me is one of san francisco's great landmarks, a designated landmark? >> it is on the national register list of historic buildings. >> with me i have a few guests, an old friend of mine and a partner who is a planner with the port of san francisco. welcome. thank you for coming along. and jane connors, who is the building manager. she will lead us on a walk through the building as we move along and talk about that as well. this is a fund and a unique place in san francisco, big, open space. a couple of times a week this is filled with a marketplace. >> 100 farmers. they are here on saturday. the farmers market is out front, and also on tuesday's we have about 60 farmers out front. >> and that is on the plaza? >> on saturday it is back here, and on tuesday it is in the front. >> i guess i am interested in what happens. we have a plaza where the ferry boats used to come. what happened? >> the whole backside of the building was originally line for ferryboats. it could handle about 14 boats at one time. th
the stop. brown keeps hacking away and hacking away. you have to put him down. and that ties it up. to a shootout and the unexpected hero is torres, the enforcer, the tough guy with a soft backhand who slides it home. denies mike richards to secure two points for the sharks. 3-2 is your final score. the sharks move to a tie with l.a. for fourth place in the west. abc7 sports is brought to you by river rock casino. jay tough night for barry -- >> tough night for barry zito. >> and a short one. >> we will be right back with an update on the boston >>> make sure you have a jacket or sweater first thing in the morning. it will be cold in the valley where frost advisories will be up 3:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. cool skies and light wind. temperatures to freezing in some locations. low 30s to mid40s. 8:00 a.m., upper 40s. mike niko will be here tracking the low temperatures. carolyn, dan? >> sandhya, thank you very much. >>> here is the very latest on the boston bombings. investigators have recovered parts of a backpack and homemade device used in yesterday's attack. it is a pressure cooker de
. finished fourth. and the home ice advantage. tustin brown pokes it and. and go >> the sharks should not beef in fifth place, because they have that eight victories. >> and torres.. three-two = final score. pat summerall dies longtime nfl announcer pat summerall died today at age 82 of cardiac arrest in dallas, texas >> did to coach burt reynolds? >> yes. >> he was a defensive back. >> was see any blood? >> summerall spent a total of 50 years as part of the nfl, as a player and then hall of fame broadcaster on cbs and fox he broadcast 16 super bowls - more than any other announcerand he was the calm voice alongside john madden's "booms" and "bangs" summerall's final broadcast with madden was the 2002 super bowl here's what madden said about his longtime partner he was a great broadcaster and a great man. he was something very special. pat summerall is the voice of football and always will be." john madden 49ers to work out montana nate montana, the oldest son of joe montana, is scheduled to be one of the players working out for 49ers as day tomorrow. he was a backup at his dad's two
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of life before the disaster. >> reporter: this is a deep fried sweet made of dough and brown sugar. and locals can't get enough of it. >> translator: i can buy only ten? i want more! >> reporter: they named the sweets taro after the city in iwate prefecture. two years ago a tsunami 50 meters high tore through the neighborhood. this is where the snacks were made and sold before the disast disaster. this 58-year-old man is the third generation of his family to own the business. they know what it is like for history to repeat itself. in 1933, his grandfather also saw a tsunami destroy his shop. but after a year of back breaking work, the elder tafaka was selling the sweet again. interpret i want to do even better than my grandfather. if i don't rebuild, i'll have no excuses to offer people who are working hard to recover from the tsunami. >> reporter: the giant wave of 2011 also carried away tanaka's home. he's still living in temporary housing. despite all the challenges, he managed to rebuild his store and his new factory stands on safer ground away from the sea. he also bought equi
's government, but with tony blair's and gordon brown's 2. and after all this up -- a celebration, it ended as predicted, with the cheers of margaret thatcher's supporters. news, st. paul's cathedral. >> saying goodbye to margaret thatcher. you are watching abc world news america. still to come, ancient human ancestors that stood just 3 feet tall. how did the so-called hobby people of indonesia becomes so little? scientists have found the answer. founder of ae company which supplied tens of thousands of women with faulty breast implants worldwide has just begun. >> shuffling into court, to face the with many duped, thousands worldwide has waited to see him. some looked on with this belief as the man said to have made millions from his alleged fraud, claims he is now living on a pension of 1,500 pounds per month. there is nothing on his face could i cannot read anything. he does not care about us. were britain, 50,000 women fitted with the substandard implants. they had been filled with an industrial size -- industrial style gel used to make mattresses. >> they're doing everything they can t
. and they will use this memorial service to honor the victims of monday's bombing at the marathon. >> pamela brown is standing outside the cathedral of the holy cross in boston. good morning. >> good morning to you, john. the interfaith service doesn't begin until 11:00 a.m. eastern time but crowds have been building outside the cathedral of the holy cross since around 4:30 this morning. let's look at the crowds. several blocks out from the cathedral, as far down as i can see. about three blocks right now. you can expect crowds to continue to build because the service is open to the public. as mentioned, president obama will be speaking this morning, along -- he will be joined by first lady michelle obama, also former massachusetts governor and former presidential candidate mitt romney will be in attendance today. the president's message will be focused on resolve, a shared commonality of the american people with the people of boston and a big focus will, of course, be on the victims from monday's tragedy, those who suffered and those who have lost their lives. late yesterday afternoon boston univ
-story brown building the state owned and the workers' comp people were in that building. it was an old dee correctvth it building for decades. when i was a member of the board of supervisors, all of us wondered why we hadn't done anything there and the mayor thought the same. >> if an earthquake happened, the building was uninhabitable. it sat there vacant for quite a while. the city decided to buy the building in 1999 for $2. we worked and looked at ways that we can utilize the building for an office building. to build an icon i can building that will house a lot of city departments. >> the san francisco public utilities commission has an important job. we provide clean, pristine public drinking water to 2.6 million people in the san francisco bay area from the hetch hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san francisco bay and pacific ocean. >> in 2006 the puc was plan
. >>> most voters approve of governor jerry brown's new school funding proposal. a poll finds 71% of people support giving more money to school districts with more english learners and lower income earners. 68% say state funding is not enough. >> californians perceive -- school districts and wealthier areas. >> the poll found many believe the resource translates into achievement issues. >>> the housing market is showing signs of life. new numbers show buyers paid $436,000 in march. that was up 7% from february. and up 21.8% from a year ago. however, while prices are up sales are down due to a lack of inventory. >>> grants will help homeowners facing foreclosure. kamala harris made the announcement today. it will be distributed by 21 state organizations. five of the organizations are right here in the bay area to help struggling borrowers here. >>> warm up in the forecast, coming up the spots in the bay area you will find the most sunshine and the highest temperatures. >> first a planet with hawaiian weather, the details about the new discovery. >> and after the break, forcing home owners to
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considered armed and dangerous. >> all right. pam brown live there in watertown, massachusetts where that town is on lock down. we are watching all of the developments in our newsroom and police surrounding that area. we'll bring you the latest information and keep an eye on that for you. meantime we understand the martinez boy injured in the boston marathon bombing could leave the intensive care unit as early as today. that is according to a facebook posting by his mother. yesterday first lady michelle obama visited the boy at boston's children's hospital. the surgery to close a deep wound in aaron's leg was successful and he is doing much better. >> a lot of support for the city of boston. in just a few hours the san francisco marathon team is holding a run for bost. this is the facebook page of the event. now because the large response this morning's run will now begin and end at the ferry building. it will be just over four miles and set to begin at 7:00 a.m. this morning. the marathon team is asking anyone who comes to wear blue and yellow. hundreds of runners paid attribute to
like to thank cpmc, and mike brown and who we have got tone to know so well in the past few months. it took a tremendous effort, good faith on all sides and i look forward to working with all of us and most importantly to lou gerardo who is in front of you. he's not only the most famous baker, but i will tell you straight up, if it weren't for him, we would not have gotten through this process. it was lou gerardo who put this together. thank you so much for all your efforts. >> so i will briefly touch on the elements of this deal that are incredibly significant. first of all cathedral hill and new campus for cpmc, originally it was going to be 550 bed hospital, today it's 250 beds approximately half the size to also build additional 30 beds. while smaller, this does reflect the concerns of the local neighborhood and as well as relating to saint luke's. but most importantly it does create a brand new hospital at cathedral hill. this hospital will be c pmc flagship. for our neighborhoods, it not only provides great access to health care but the facilities are located in our neighbor
of the great tech companies in the bay area. and we had our two great mayors, willie brown and ed lee. and the minute that they saw gabby they said ron, get everyone's attention here. we can make 200 people be quiet. we have to make a tribute to what happened today in sandy hook, and a tribute to gabby. and during that tribute which was pallpable, i could tell that the tech community was going to do something. and we did. on december 15th, we started an ad hoc committee of tech volunteers, many of them luminaries in the industry. and we convened three subcommittees that went to work. and we had a defining conference call on december 17th, 72 hours after the tragedy. there were 150 people on that call. 50 of them gathered together in an office in san francisco. and we took action. we resolved that we were going to do something, we convened into the subcommittees that very quickly rallied around the governor of connecticut asked for a moment of silence on the one-week anniversary of the tragedy. so we rallied around that and attracted hundreds of thousands of participates by signing a p
street. thank you again and please checkout save >> thank you. mark brown? >> i would like to appeal to the commission and to the mtc to have the 19 polk street bus remain the same as it has been for several years. i have read the planning commission's report on it and they want to eliminate service north and south to the library up in this neighborhood they want to reroute the bus to mccall street to polk street which is really in use and they want to eliminate the 19 polk bus line at the hospital and make people transfer to the 48 line which is only going to run every half hour according to this report. this bus line is very important to people with disabilities and seniors coming up from the south east corner of the city. they come to port row hill. i really appeal that the mtc will consider this before they eliminate or cut back services on the 19 polk. thank you. >> thank you. is there anymore public comment? >> good afternoon. >> excuse me. the captioning is working on the last tv. okay. it's not on our screen. it's on the last tv. okay. thank you. >> excuse me. >>
art institute in 1961. she was good friends with joan brown and jay de feo. shes what an integral part of the art scene in north beach. she was also part of the first argot lin artist's in residence program in 1967 and spent the better part of the '70s deeply devote today community arts and activism. she was part of the founding member of scrap, and she was involved with the neighborhood arts program during its insanction. -- inception. she went on to found the san francisco cultural arts center and she is the first director. i am excited to share with you i'm working with the asian american women artists association and film maker madelein limb to bring you the world of bernice bing, a documentary we're working on now about her life and work and it's going to premiere in june of 2013. thank you so much for this honor. it's long overdue. (applause) (applause) >> good evening. it's an honor to accept this award on behalf of the bernice bing estate. thank you. (applause) ♪ ♪ ♪ >> again, congratulations. now we'd like to make a slight modification in our program this evening and we'
. if there wasn't a need nobody is going to them. willie brown, our former mayor himself said there is a starbucks on every corner because there is a customer on every corner. we should have this in our community for access to the patients. so many of them are disabled. this is impossible for me without this medication. we have an economic status in this community. when people come to spend money, more money is spent around the area. you are not seeing a crime influx in these areas. they have guards out front so there is production in the neighborhoods. we have the whole basis of what the people need as far as recognizing that this is a dispensary as part of our medical distribution system. dispensaries, a pharmacy. it's not a restaurant. you can walk down valencia and they are restaurants after restaurants. they are all succeeded. isn't it up to the people to decide this for supply and demand? thank you. >> hello, i'm denise. i got an award for broadcasting about social justice issues. it's just from personal experiences as it drives me. two have made cannabis illegal. congress advises against th
and county of san francisco serving in the administration of then-mayor willy brown. and general myat and i were talking about putting together a table top exercise and in came from some exercises from the marine corps and barry newman was a very energetic officer in the marine corps. he has gone over to afghanistan, i went over and saw him there, he was attached to the kabul police chief. i think he's going to have some interesting perspectives about working in the police department in a war zone. lieutenant commander patricia serrano, her assignments have been varied includes working as a immediate vaek core man, a legal clerk and a tqm instructor. she completed a 7-month deployment. captain mike napolitano is serving with the navy's expedition training group. while deployed in 2004, he spearheaded maritime patrol relief efforts toing the 2004 indian ocean tsunami, as well as numerous theater cooperation efforts throughout the pacific and in 2009 captain napolitano reported as commanding officer of the expeditionary training group. this is a fabulous panel and i know you're going t
from dagestan thank you so much. >>> we have pamela brown now at beth iz resrael deaconess hospi. pamela? >> reporter: john, we have learned from a doj source on background that even though charges have not been filed yet that they may be coming very soon, even while the suspect is still recovering here at beth israel deaconess. federal prosecutors have been here since last night working on the possible charges and that he will face terrorism charges according to a doj sources. now once those charges are brought forward he will be arraigned from their preliminary hearing will be set and he will be indicted on grand jury. also facing federal charges, right now he's in federal kus i can custody and will face federal charges and could face state charges of murder but from there a deal should be worked out between federal authorities and state authorities. again so far no charges have been filed but we're hearing from sources that those charges will be brought soon. >> what kind of differences in penalties are there for the state and federal charges? clearly that's what prosecutors w
span of the bay bridge and joining each other with governor brown as we celebrate in september with largest construction project in the history of the bay area and we talked about it last year when we were thinking about how to celebrate this bridge crossing and we made some cultural connections. and something about our ancestors helping to build the railroads here in the 1800 and is now two chinese americas mayors of our country coming together on the bay privilege. just something remarkable about that. you know, a year ago, i appeared before you, to talk about what we were planning to do, it was the year of the dragon, the dragon meant that we had to be bold, take risks and that all of the elements around the dragon tell us, us forward to take the biggest risks we could for the good of our residents and i'm happy to say that now, that we have with about to celebrate the year of the serpent or snake it's considered in our culture the minute aye dragon which means not so bold not too risky, in fact kind-of what you would think a snake would do still going in the right dire
out of painting it around. -- brown. but now i realize what it's meant to be. us living inof berlin, the death and displacement of the syrian crisis seems far away. but for children occur, it is a fact of life -- here, it is a fact of life. >> we kept getting bombed, she says. nobody helped us. brought usour dad here. it was difficult, but dad decided, so we had to. so they ended up here. >> it seems to be a poor place. normally the population is 2500. now it is double that because of the stream of refugees fleeing syria. most of them live in emergency shelters like this. 41 families live in this whole. they have hung up like is to give themselves some privacy -- blankets to give themselves some privacy. they tell us that they get aid, but it is not enough. .hey also have no shower while filming in the village, i make -- meet a local council worker. he tells me that refugees have been coming to the village for two years now. nobody causes any problems. the local women bake bread for them. the children find it hard to feel at home here. she lovingly looks after her disabled or other.
's going to be brown but we call it golden. >> golden state. >> thanks, anthony. let's bring in comcast sportsnet and i'm assuming giants and warriors news. >> you perfectly pegged it. the giants in action later and you'll never guess who's catching tim lincecum and a special return to fenway park for bostonyans. the warriors back in the playoffs for first time in six years opening up against the best home team in the nba. highlights with game one with denver are up next on nbc bay area. >>> when their season began back on halloween, not a whole lot of people were ready to call the warriors a playoff team however mark jackson's group matured early after overcoming adversity and began their underdog run as a sixth seed in the western conference postseason and warriors first playoff game in 267 days, giving a little bogut taste there. now to the fourth quarter, warriors down seven but david lelanding awkwardly and gets up and shoots free-throws but would be hurt later with a hip strain after he hit both of the free-throws. turning it over, law son, he'll lay it up, nuggets up by three. ne
inspection brown bag lunch. this is our market tour. we're on market street on kearney and third. we're at the fountain, which was a major landmark at the time of the 1906 earthquake. this is a landmark because this is where people posted notices and notes to connect with people they were looking for. families and people in their business. most of this area was -- >> pretty much burnt out. >> pretty well burned out. we have pat with us, a structural engineer who has done work to upgrade the buildings around this area. >> or researched their history. >> or researched their history. we will look mostly at buildings. we have a lot of other experts in the audience. i hope they will share with us. we have craig from the planning department. we have david bono witz, all kinds of folks here. feel free to chirp in. our plan is to take a couple-block tour and look at buildings, some of which survived the quake and some retrofitted. we will end up at 1230 at the mos connie center. we will look at them burning four model buildings. >> trying to burn. >> okay. where are we walking to. >> f
our former mayor willie brown and john mayor who has been very supportive. thank you to them as well. i recognize our director, but i think it's important to recognize our board of directors who has been really instrumental in advising this project from a construction standpoint and community standpoint and i want to recognize our directors, art lloyd, gabriel metcalf, director of mta and john, we also have alternate member greg harper, a founding member of the board that will be participating more frequently. i want to thank everyone today. it's been a long process to get here. everyone involved in this project knows. thank you to everyone here. [ applause ] >> i for got to mention that our state senator mark leno has also presented a certificate of recognition to the transbay transit tower. it congratulations on the tower. on this occasion we mark an historic process that will transform san francisco as the 21st century hub. the city skyline creating thousands of jobs and stimulating local economic growth. congratulations and best wishes on this endeavor. senator mark leno. [ appla
him this morning? our first report is from pamela brown here in boston. pamela? >> well, john, the suspect is still in the intensive care unit, handcuffed to his hospital bed, with around the clock surveillance by law enforcement officers. as you mentioned he was intubated and sedated with serious injuries. as the investigation continues the focus today is on what charges he will face and when. one week after two deadly bombs exploded in downtown boston, killing three and injuring 183 people, the only surviving suspect remains in serious condition at beth israel deaconess medical center. as federal prosecutors prepare to bring charges against him, law enforcement sources say dzhokhar tsarnaev is unable to talk after a gunshot wound to the neck. exactly when he suffered this injury is still unknown. >> this is a very complex investigation, and it's hard to say exactly how he received that injury. there was certainly a shoot-out in watertown. there were explosives thrown. so that's being looked into right now. it's hard to say exactly how it occurred. >> reporter: we're learning
are beginning to brown. across peninsula, haze zi in palo alto, right into san francisco, fog free at the golden gate bridge. our next biggest change on the who rye zon will be an increase in cloud cover in the forecast. we're not going to see the fog return until wednesday morning at 7:00. filtering in some clouds on wednesday. that's what's going to get us cool. by thursday that looks like it's going to the cloeddiest period starting at 7 clock in the morning. let's get you back into tomorrow morning. you can see as we'll start up in the north bay with 53 in st. helena, 56 in los kas to and 55 for san jose. slightly cooler in the south bay, a result of an onshore flow trying to return, 85 in san jose, 86 in palo alto, 86 in les ka to be, 88 in walnut creek, 84 in pleasanton, 85 in fairfield, low 80s for alameda to fremont. san francisco, 75, 85 in santa rosa and 60s in bodega bay. event chuly by thursday with the cloud cover increasing and the temperatures into the 70s. we'll hold steady with the upcoming weekend no rain in the forecast, sun shined through sunday and monday. it's looking great
licencias de conducir para los inmigrantes ilegales . >> tenemos esperanza que jerry brown nos dará esta oportunidad, así no tendremos miedo con la familia de deportación . >> decenas de familias testificaron diciendo que las calles de california serán más seguras con licencias . >> (hablan en inglés) . >> dan rosenverg cuyo hijo murió atropellado por un hombre sin licencias argumento en contra de esto, porque dijo que esto no hará que las carreteras sean más seguras. >> el sábado en voz y voto esta autoridad dijo . >>c reo que los inmigrantes ilegales ya están manejando es mejor que estén entrenado. >>aasí es el punto demv ista que comparte maría galvan que llegó desde los Ángeles para apoyar al propuesta. >> en alameda continúan para que la oficina del alguacil dejé de participar en comunidades segurasd. >> se busdca persuadir al jefe para que no comparta esto con ice 'centro de inmigración y seguridad nacional', esto sería una recomendacion porque la junta no tiene autoridad sobre el alguacil. >> miles de personas tienen que adoptar una nueva practica e invertir din
and nearby businesses were evacuated. >>> lawmakers want to stop governor jerry brown's prison realignment plan. it sends many lower-level state inmates to local jails to reduce prison overcrowding. a new bill being introduced targets parole violators, who would be sent to prison instead. they say changes are needed because realignment has led to a rise in crime. >> when high-risk felons demonstrate they will not abide by the terms of their release, a return to prison has to be considered. >>> a new ban on plastic bags. we'll tell you where in the bay area you can and cannot get plastic bags. >>> plus, rebounding after losing millions. in four minutes, hear what's giving netflix a big boost. >>> but right after the break, make shift homes destroyed. we reveal one bay area city's plan to prevent certain residents from moving back in. >> some of us don't have a choice on where to go. >>> crews in san jose began hauling away trash and other items left in a homeless encampment in kelley park. the individuals were warned last week that the camp was going to be taken down. some had constructed m
in negotiations around this. even though i am a co-sponsor of the legislation because of the brown act and president chiu's involvement i was unable to participate in those discussions consistent with my obligations under the open government laws which is unfortunate because i wanted to be involved in negotiations and the discussions. you know, it is this, and however many other hearings that we have had have really brought to the forefront a lot of the very, very legitimate and understandable anxiety across the spectrum, in terms of home owners, fee owners and tenants about the affordbility crisis in our cities. unfortunately and this is not true for many of our public commentsers, but we have some commentary about this legislation on both sides. where the other side gets demonized. tenants are viewed in a certain way, tic owners are viewed in a certain way. and you know, the fact is that whether you own a tic or a condo or a single family home or a tenant we are all san franciscoans and as i said in the past hearings, many of the tic are long term renters who manage to scrape togethe
of patient transfers. the bee reported in one case, 48-year-old, james brown, endured a 15 hour bus ride to sacramento. he had a three-day supply of meds. some instructions to call 911 when he arrived. >> just the transparency of what occurred so far is sending a clear message to nevada and any other jurisdiction that might be engaged. this isn't something that will be tolerated. >> well, in the case of that patient who was dumped in sacramento. he was reunited with his family. now the nevada mental health officials did tell the sacramento bee and admitted to them that they made mistakes. but, they also said they make no apologies for the busing program, because, they insist that most of their patients do have somebody waiting for them or at least treatment programs at the end of that bus ride. >> so linda, an investigation underway. what does the city attorney hope to get out of this investigation? >> reporter: number one, he wants it to stop. they want them to stop doing that patient dumping or alleged patient dumping. also, he wants to recover any money that san francisco taxpayer
to rise. to pay for the drugs. governor jerry brown vetoed a similar bill last year. the transportation security administration is delaying a policy change. because it has received plenty of backlash. federal officials say, they are temporarily delaying a policy that would allow passengers to carry small knives onto airliners. the t-s-a says, it needs more time to consider feedback from an advisory committee. that committee includes the aviation industry and consumer and law enforcement officials. the policy has been fiercely attendants' unions. it was slated to go into effect this thursday. if you're heading to the airport, you might want to brace yourself for some delays. air travelers in several cities around the country are experiencing late flights caused by the forced federal spending cuts. furloughs kicked in yesterday, for 47-thousand f-a-a workers, including 15-thousand air traffic controllers. workers have to take a total of 11- furlough days by september. that means 15-hundred controllers could be off on a given day, or 10-percent of the workforce. in fact, the f-a-a has been
of us that shows we can actually get lower than pg&e's brown power rate in the second and third year and so on. so, it's very important to understand that that is a much more detailed buildout plan and it's being stopped and now staff is saying oh, we will come up with one. and the plan they put in front of us has no specifics whatsoever. so, it's not ready to go. and we need that stuff to be clearly delineated. when you build them out, the job hours are just 10% of the proposed job hours under the local power plant. and then finally, i would say with regard to the rec mix and all that stuff, at the beginning of this process years ago we did say that we didn't want rec's to be strong in this mix. but keep in mind that on the rec's, we're just talking about the 20 megawatt shell program, not the buildout program. so, we need to get to the cheapest rate possible so that we don't scare off -- if we're a penny higher than pg&e, so many people will opt out of the program as commissioner caen rightly pointed out, that we will have less of a customer base for revenue. and it's more a custom
-year-old james brown endured a 15-hour bus ride to sacramento. he had a three-day supply of meds for his schizophrenia, some snacks and instructions to call 911 when he arrived. >> just the transparency of what's occurred so far, i think it's sending a clear message to nevada and any other jurisdiction that might be engaged in this that this isn't something that's going to be tolerated. >> reporter: in the case of that patient who was dumped in sacramento, well, he finally was reunited with his family. now, nevada mental health officials did admit to the bee that they made some mistakes in but they al say they're not apologizing for their busing program because they sof their patients do have family waiting for them or at least have treatment programs at the end of that bus ride. >> well, you hope that's the case. all right, linda. thank you. >>> today is earth day. and so we ask, how much water do you use a day? turns out one bay area city uses quite a bit. kiet do tells us way more than the average. kiet? >> reporter: well, ken, this i
message from ginger brown. being a mom mom who recently lost my only child i pray for his parents. i hope they were comforted by the fact that he was so close to them and he was obviously proud of his dad that day. thank you, ginger. it occurs to me with all the social media -- the faces and the tears of these victims are not only in your living room, heck, they're on your ipad, too. and we feel their pain. i'm just hoping there's comfort in all that connectedness for the people that could really use a little comfort right now. i could use more of your e- mails. the address here i'm looking forward to hearing from you. that's our broadcast. i'll be right back here at 11:00 along with leslie and topper. log on any time to we'll see you tonight. bye-bye. >>> the boston marathon bombing the day after. >> "e.t" with the stars personally affected by the tragedy. >> something just blew up? >> boston native mark wahlberg's heart break. hollywood extending support. >> our hearts go out to all you guys out there on the east coast. that's a real tragedy. >> terrifying
information with authorities. i'm joined by pamela brown. >> good morning to you, john. this area, the heart of boston's back bay, very popular area. still closed. the residents being asked to stay hyper vigilant. also there is a heavy law enforcement presence. authorities are investigating who's behind this act of terror, how they were able to carry it out and why. >> reporter: just before 3:00 p.m., more than 4:09 into the race, a thunderous boom. celebratory cheer turned into screams of horror. seconds later, at least 50 yards away, another. runners and spectators at the finish line stunned. that shock rippled through the crowd, many running from the scene, others towards it. >> we heard just one massive explosion, a huge boom. obviously we didn't know what it was. then when the second one went off, we said, that's a bomb, and it was -- we could smell the smoke. we saw people lying on the ground. runners were crying and the police were on it. >> reporter: blood everywhere, people without limits, the wounded crying, confused. >> it was the most serious thing i've dealt with being on the fu
on 4 dustin brown and the stop and brown keeps hac hacking away and sharks do nothing to stop him. put him on his wallet in that case. right now late in the third. 2-2 tie. robert guerrero getting ready forth biggest bout of his life. may 4 in las vegas against undefeated champion floyd may weather junior. has been working his way up the wrvrng for years. this is his chance to shock the world. 10-1 under dog. upsetting floyd is going to be quite the challenge. >> you have to be ready to do everything with floyd. people say you need an abc game plan. you need game plan so you have to be ready for whatever because floyd is the type of guy where he makes adjustment here and there. makes it tough for fight investigators get in there with him. i can make adjustment in the ring. >> amazing if he could beat may weather. draft then day away and allen has some explaining to do allen had a drug test red flagged and may have had suspiciously high level of water in the system that could be used to unusual out substances that you don't want turning newspaper a test. on top of that allen ho
tight. it went okay. to john brown, a former member of the british parliament on how the british folks are getting ready for this weekend and how tight security is already now. john? >> yes, it is. of course, we've got to be alert to the fact that terrorism has been around for centuries. but the oxygen of terror is public limelight and public events which create public limelight. but there is a key difference between terror, the atmosphere of terror, and actual terrorist action. even failed terrorists action can aseed terror, like the underwear bombing in the airplane created great disruption to transport. american counter terror is very good, but no nation, britain or america, can protect everybody. and the key is how we as a nation respond. first of all, we must remember that we look at death, we see everyone is going to die and some brutally, unfortunately. but there are roughly 42,000 people died in 2001 in america on the road accidents. hundreds of thousands die of cancer and heart disease every year. and when terrorist action comes, suddenly there is a massive thao those other de
that is necessary in california. >> reporter: and that pressure follows a move by senator hill asking brown to fire the president of the puc. >> will you step down should mr. peavey step down? >> i report to the commissioners. it is up to them to decide. i can tell you every day that i am executive director i am going to keep pushing for safety culture change at the public utilities commission. >> leadership stresses that the report is not an evaluation of objective truth. lawmakers counter it is those views that may identify the problem. what is governor brown's position on the growing controversy? we can't tell you. his office refuses to return our calls and refusing to address calls for change at the puc. >>> cal trans says it questioned the work of companies who made those problematic safety bolts for the eastern span of the bay bridge. in march 1/3 of those bolts failed. hundreds of pages of documents showed inspectors found structural integrity issues several years ago. before they were installed they found these problems. the documents indicate cal trans ordered more tests on the bolts in 20
coming into the newsroom. but first let's go to our reporter pam brown. she is in watertown, massachusetts where that bombing suspect we believe is still on the run. pam. >> reporter: that is right. this is still a very active man hunt. we have new information just in the past couple of hours here and we have learned that the two suspects 26-year-old and 19- year-old tsarnaev. we just learned moments ago tamalin tsarnaev who was found dead this morning in the shootout that he had explosives attached to his body as well as a trigger. so we have learned that. and of course the concern now is that the other brother the suspect on the loose right now j hear could have explosives attached to him. this is unprecedented and how dangerous of a situation we are dealing with right now. taxi cab service has been suspended, amtrak suspended, schools are closed. everything is at a standstill. the man hunt has been going on for several hours and it continues. >> pam brown with the latest from watertown, massachusetts. thank you, pam. >>> there is also new information about the brother sus
of these two brothers go undetected? let's asked profiler pat brown. she joins us this morning in washington. pat? >> reporter: good morning, heather. >> we can't see you. there you go. right there. tell us about this. there's certainly some red flags that popped up here, especially when the u.s. government heard from a foreign government about concerns about the older brother. so shouldn't we have done more to have looked into his backgrounds after those calls? >> i don't think so. they probably did exactly what they should have done. we have to remember, this probably wasn't the only call they've gotten from somebody that creeped somebody else out. there's a lot of psychopathic individuals running around setting off red flags for people. when they don't find them connected with anybody. what can they do? they're not connected to any terrorist cell. >> this isn't a call from betsy jones down the street. this is from a foreign government. they must have been pretty darn concerned to have contacted our government. shouldn't we have done more. >> apparently we did do that but didn't find anyth
the brown versus board of education ruling in 1954, resistance to a school desegregation left 10,000 students out of school, the largest of any school system of virginia. next, materials from the special collections citizen efforts to reopen schools. all next on book tv. >> taqueria one of our most important collections and that is our school desegregation collection. forty, 50,000 pages of material in 15 different archive collections. in 1958 cannot offer, virginia, they made history by closing six of their schools and shutting out 10,000 students to prevent 17 african americans from being amended. when brown versus board was first passed phrygia's sat back and said the this is going to be overturned. they're not going to worry about it because is not going to happen. then when it became apparent that, no, the core was quite serious and other and there would be federal backing for it, a series of laws were passed called massive resistance. and these laws were part of something called the seventh strategy by senator byrd who led the states in the south to his phrase was, we will
's earth day, a very good time to remember what chris brown forget that you need her a lot more than she needs you. i'm john fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ music ♪ ] goods evening, i'm john fugelsang, welcome to "viewpoint." charge have been filed against 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the boston bombing and allegations have bun flying around that the fbi had been lax when they investigated dzhokhar tsarnaev's brother tamerian. the who homemade bombs that he trigtriggered with his younger brother killed three people and wounded hundreds more. at least one bombing survivor, a seven-year-old girl is still in critical condition a week later with multiple wounds to her legs. now 2:50 p.m. eastern time today the same time that the bombs went off last monday, a moment of silence was held in boston and around the nation for all the victims in the bombing. earlier a funeral service was held for one of the people killed at the scene. 29-year-old krystle campbell was buried inburyied. dzhokhar tsarnaev can't speak a possible suicide attempt as police closed in. h
project reports attorney lorna brown will go on trial tomorrow before a state bar court judge. brown is accused of smuggling an alleged hit list out of jail for bey during his trial for the murder of journalist chauncey bailey. >>> police say there is still no sign of a hayward man missing now for more than two weeks. the last known sighting of jay was between 7 and 9 p.m. investigators consider his disappearance suspicious. a close friend of the missing man is offering a $10,000 reward. if you can help, you're asked to call the hayward police department. >>> it is time for mosquito fogging again in contra costa county. they say the mosquito population has boomed in recent days. the holland track and bethel island will be fogged. >>> an extraordinary homeless encampment. >> reporter: the smell of trash filled the air off of story road. work crews filled their bags with belongings the homeless left behind. some constructed make shift houses. mini neighbors had been set up. television sets were brought in and powered up. >> some people used generators and some people tap off the street
known al qaeda inspired plot in canada. the two are due in court tomorrow. >>> governor jerry brown's prison realignment plan is coming under attack. critics say too many offenders are being released by the counties and that is leading to more crime. a proposed bill would target parole violators. if they are rearrested they go back to local jails. the new bill allows judges to return them back to prison. >> when they have demonstrated they will not abide by the terms of their release the return to state prison has to be an option. >> the proposed bill will get the first reading tomorrow before a committee in the state assembly. >>> 43-year-old christopher mathi is pleading no contest. south san francisco man entered the plea friday. prosecutors say last september he kidnapped his 3-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son from their mother's home and took them aboard a yacht that he stole. after three days the coast guard intercepted the boat off the monterey coast and towed it to shore. >>> for many veterans returning from the battlefield doesn't mean the war is over. for some the memo
tweets. was that an alarm for you? >> yes. once i saw it was the missing brown student, i went back to the pictuture on-line and postei think i know this guy but i hope i don't. about five minutes later there were u-mass officers outside my door asking me question. >> were they monitoring your facebook? >> no. i mentioned it to my roommate. i said, i think i know him. we lived next to him last year. he said, tell the fbi. well, i said, i know who he is and so i don't think he is the guy. and besides they said it is the gy from brown university. so i left it at that. i assume that someone heard our conversation and told the u-mass police. >> and after that they shut down the school and we know what happened next. austin hightower, thank you for joining me. >> any time. thank you. >> now to julian pollard. you were a boxer and roomed with tamerlan during tournament. what was he like? >> well, during that trip, i noticed tamerlan was a bit after flashy guy. sharp dresser. confident in his abilities as a boxer. >> he was good boxer? >> he was. he had some skills. he had some punching po
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are scheduled to tell a san francisco judge today that east bay lawyer brown should be disbarred for smug illing out an alleged hit list from her client who is behind bars. the former muslim leader ordered the killings of two people. tones for the california state bar are recommending that the initial lawyer be stripped of her license. she was success spended if two years in 2011. >> and bars could move closer to 4:00 a.m. last call at a state hearing which is sponsored by a san francisco democrat and lets cities and counties petition the state to move the current 2:00 a.m. closing time back two hours to 4:00 a.m. and says the move would boost tourism but critics warn it could increase drunk driving and crime around the bars. the legislation wrote only affect bars and restaurants, liquor store hours would not change. >> investors will want to see how tarnished is apple's shine releasing the latest quarterly earnings and most expect disappointing results. apple's high flying stock has plunged from over $700 to $390. apple has not released any new products and sales are mediocre. the good news is
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. and that is -- that is good for us to understand at this time. >> our pam brown is standing by outside this apartment building in revere, massachusetts. good morning, pam. what do you have out there? >> good morning to you, john. we're about 15 minutes away from downtown boston at an apartment complex here on ocean avenue. this is where authorities spent eight hours yesterday executing a search warrant inside an apartment here, at this apartment complex. this is according to cnn's susan candiotti. local and state police, as well as firefighters, came in here yesterday, starting at around 5:00 p.m. again, here for eight hours. in an apartment on the fifth floor, we are told. we saw authorities bringing out boxes from that apartment. at one point, a state police officer brought in what looked like some sort of equipment, but right now authorities telling us that at this point, that no arrests have been made, that no one is in custody. we did speak to residents here at this apartment complex. they tell us that all they could really say was that there was just a lot of authorities here yesterday. that it's a bit
but investigators were seen leaving the building in revere early today, carrying brown paper bags, plastic trash bags and a dufflebag. authorities are appealing to the public for amateur video and those that might provide clues to carry out the bombing. the new york post is reporting that the apartment lost its one year old saudi national. he is here on a student visa and is in the hospital. he has burns from the blast, they're calling him a person of interest but not officially calling him a suspect. >> 7328 am and as we continue to study the very latest and get the latest news out of boston we are also getting new reaction from participants were in the marathon yesterday. >> i think that's what they want to do is that fear in our hearts and not have us come out to a race like this. it is not going to stop me from wanting to do it again, it makes the want to do it even more now. >> the boston marathon dates back to 1897. it is the world's oldest annual marathon. it attracts racers and spectators from around the world. the next big marathon is this sunday in london. london officials this morning
reporters out and about. pamela brown with the city's response to the terror attacks. senior medical correspondent elizabeth cohen live this morning at brigham women's hospital. but we want to begin with susan candiotti tracking the latest on this fbi probe. new pictures this morning of this badly damaged pressure cooker here. what can you tell us? >> good morning, brooke. you know, these bits and pieces are so crucial to investigators because not only will they take them to try to piece these explosive devices, homemade devices back together again through working on them at the fbi lab in quantico, virginia, they're doing that now, but they'll also try to trace back each and every component, possibly to where these things were bought so they can try to figure out who did this. crime scene photos show part of what could be a pressure cooker used in the bombings. others show charred wire attached to a battery. what appears to be a small circuit board. a half-inch nail, a bloodstained zipper pull tab. another shows what looks like massive ball bearings bbs. investigators are coming thr
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mail with longer brown curly hair. you've seen the picture. you all have it. that's the individual that we're looking for at this moment. >> that's suspect number two? >> that's suspect number two, the white capped individual. >> suspect number one was shot, then? >> that's correct. >> so suspect number one was -- >> i just want to be clear. we will do regular updates to this, but right now we're in a public safety mode here. our immediate concern is for those people in that neighbor up there. we have an active search going on by teams to locate and apprehend this particular individual. he should be considered armed and dangerous and is a threat to anybody that might approach him. so, please, use extreme caution and stay in your homes. if you hear something, if you see something unusual, we would like you to call 911. i'm going to ask chief deveaux of the watertown police department to briefly describe the streets, the neighborhood and everyone that's involved up there. >> wait a minute. we're going to let the chief get to shows speakers the. >> what's your name? >> we are calling
. , red, black, white, brown yellow. why can't our schools be typical of the whole country? [applause] , we are educated together then they can discriminate and say, we would hire you if you were qualified. if you were educated beside that white girl or that white noise -- boy, you got the same education. where is the difference what we need to do is reach over and understand that clean need to be totally integrated in this country -- understand that we need to be totally integrated in this country. [applause] >> the challenge to the black mega , you have seen churches today, but we have not seen the connection to the movement. in our seen this week what is your message to the pastors of today as one who has been unparalleled our history as a leading minister? >> thank you, reverend sharpton, i am honored to be a part of this historic panel. let me commend you for the activist leadership that you are providing. [applause] about where we are in terms of then, now, and not yet. i walkedrld that was, 12 miles per day one way to get to high school. there were prayer is all along the wa
>> cenk: all right, i want to thank everybody michael from "the war room." trisha rose from brown university. we're down. "viewpoint" is next. >> john: good evening, i'm john fuglesang. this is "viewpoint." the senate today moved toward a key item on its 2013 agenda a bill allowing the states to collect taxes on online sales. as for the gun debate, after wednesday's vote on having a vote on measures to expand background checks for gun buyers, ban assault weapon sales and limit the size of ammo clips all went down to defeat, majority leader harry reid said it was time to take a pause on the issue. >> president obama said it was a shameful day for the senate. and it probably was. i agree. we should make no mistake. this debate is not over. in fact, this fight is just beginning. >> john: one of the first broadsides came from one of the most prominent gun violence victims in recent years. former representative gabby giffords published a blistering editorial in "the new york times" where she called out the senate gun bills' opponents as cowards and i quote... and where the courage issu
as well. >> four years after the brown v. board of education ruling in 1954, resistance to school desegregation average and left 10,000 since out of school in norfolk, the largest number of any school system in virginia. next, sonia yaco shows us material from the special collections of the old dominion university libraries that document virginia's reaction to school desegregation and citizens efforts to reopen schools. it's all next on booktv. >> we will be talking to one of our most important collections and that is our school desegregation collection. 40, 50,000 pages of material on it. in 15 different archive collections. in 1958, norfolk, virginia, made history by closing secular schools and shutting out 10,000 students to prevent 17 african-americans from being admitted. when brown v. board was first passed in 54, virginia sat back and said, this is going to be over. we are not going to worry about it because it's not going to happen. then when it became apparent that no, the court was quite serious about and they would be federal backing for it, a series of laws were passed
. once i found out that it wasn't actually the missing brown student, i went back to the picture that i saw online and i promptly posted it on facebook and said i think i might know this guy, i hope i don't. surely enough, about 15 minutes later, there were about five umass police officers outside my door asking me questions. >> had they been monitoring your facebook? >> no. i had mentioned it to someone, i had mentioned it to my roommate, i said i think i might know him, i think he lived next to us last year, and he said well, tell the fbi. i said well, you know, i know who he is so i don't think -- besides, they said it was the guy from brown university, so looking at that, i'm assuming that someone had heard our conversation and perhaps mentioned it to the umass police. >> soon after that, they of course shut down the school and we all know what happened next. austin hightower, thank you very much for joining me. >> any time. thank you. >> we'll turn to julian pollard. you were a fellow boxer who roomed actually with tamerlan during a tournament. what was he like? >> well, during tha
. the city of boston was crippled. cnn's pamela brown looked at the week that changed boston forever. >> 2:50 p.m., april 15th, a bomb goes off at the finish line at the boston marathon. 12 seconds later another explosion not far away. runners an spectators at the finish line stunned. many running from the scene and some towards it. marathon volunteers become first responders trying to save lives. tents meant for tired runners used for triage. police told runners and spectators to clear the area. reports of more possible bombs. air trousk grounded. a separate fire at the jfk library that proved to be unrelated. soon hospitals report fatalities and scores of serious interests and including lost limbs and injuries to children and then shock as we get details of one of the deaths. martin richard, an 8-year-old boy, whose sweet smile became the face of a tragedy for many. boston and the nation on high alert. at 6:10 p.m. the president condemned the attack. >> we still do not know who did this or why. >> reporter: federal officials quickly classified the bombings as an act of terror and put all
scott brown is with us. governor cade was mentioning something interesting to be an issue of faulty timing it could have been worse had it gone off earlier when the premier runners were coming over the finish line that for a bigger body count than what we were seeing? >> i think it is speculation it is too early to make those assumptions but initially to be honest i was horrified when i was hearing not only from friends and co-workers know i am mad to think somebody would be so cowardly as they are right now to attack people those to fulfill a dream and have a good day there is some symbolism the marathon and the red sox playing and the population was up another one point* 5 million it was a rich target environment and fortunately we had this happen that the first responders were ready and the tents were there and we do have some of the best hospitals in the world and it could have been norse -- worse. neil: but what it does about shaking america is confidence i will say we had been immune but largely save since 9/11. of lot of close calls that we have dodged that while seeing madri
with light brown hair and a white beard. >>> veterinarian said the rescued seal pup thought to be a girl is actually a boy. he was rescued one week ago but he will keep his new name, doll loy got his name in palo alto and the 14-pound pup is half the size of what the pup should be. they expect to release dolly in a few months. >>> time now 5:48 we have a brand-new crash in san mateo where is it? >> this one is reportedly involving debris all over the world, southbound 101 at highway 92 and it looks like it could be a pretty serious crash according to chp and there is debris in all the lanes, heavy metal debris, rebar and other kind of metal and it was a prius and another vehicle involved in this crash and they are looking for heavy tow truck for a big-rig and again, highway 101, you might want to consider using 280 as an alternative and people are slowing to take a look and medics are on the way. >>> we talked about getting over to the peninsular and so far it looks okay heading out there. and if you want to look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is light. let's go to steve. >>> well, if
to their hometown. >> reporter: the big, brown smiling eyes of martin richard make the sorrow of what happened monday afternoon all the more palpable. the 8-year-old was known as a little league star. >> he was the fastest kid, the tallest on his team. just a marvel to watch on the field. just a delightful young boy. >> reporter: friends say the family went to the boston marathon every year. but one of those twin explosions ended his short life, sending his mother to the hospital with a serious head injury. his younger sister lost a leg. neighbors in this close knit community are now grieving along with martin's father. >> i was outside with my dog. i saw him get out of the car. he was dressed in hospital scrubs and i said, oh, my god, bill, are you okay? and he didn't even answer me. >> reporter: an outpouring of support and prayers for this family. on this facebook page. in a statement bill richards said, we thank our family and friends, those we know and those we have never met, for their thoughts and prayers. >> when we would see them, they would all be together, whether it was at church,
mornings you just can't eat at the table. eggo® wafflers are packed with flavors like brown sugar cinnamon roll, so you don't need syrup. eggo® wafflers. simply delicious™. >>> neil diamond's "sweet caroline" there, fan favorite in boston's fenway park but last night played at yankee stadium to honor the victims of marathon attack and to salute boston's resilient spirit. diamond responded on twitter telling the yankees, "you scored a home run in my heart." >>> massachusetts native mark wahlberg appeared on "jimmy kimmel live" last night expressing his grief and frustration over the boston bombing. wahlberg told kimmel he's grateful his family and friends were spared and that he's ready and willing to do what he can for the victims. >> we have some people that we know that were affected by it, and, you know, we just got to do everything that we can to help those families, and obviously we have to do everything we can to start protecting our women and children and people in our country. i just wanted to rush home today and hug my kids, and, you know, it's a crazy world that we're living i
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